An article published in the Halifax Chronicle Herald on September 27, 2014 begins:
The provincial turkey board’s decision to peck away at little processors could threaten an agriculture program for budding entrepreneurs, says a 4-H leader.
About 33 young people are showing their turkeys, some of which will be auctioned off, at the 37th annual Nova Scotia 4-H Show this weekend in Bible Hill.
“This may be an historic auction because it may be the last one,” Betty Lou Scott, general leader of the Salt Springs 4-H Club, said in an interview Friday.
…to read the rest of the article click Turkey processing rules threaten 4-H program, leader says.
4-H is an organisation for youth who possess a strong interest in agriculture. They are our next generation of farmers. What does the future hold for them if Keith Colwell’s desire to make small farming illegal comes to pass?